A 24 piece Indigenous art puzzle by Trisha Mason
The rivers and estuaries of northern Australia are home to both salt and freshwater Crocodiles. Though still dangerous, freshwater Crocodiles are smaller and eat mostly fish and small animals, while saltwater Crocodiles are dangerous and ambush predators, growing to massive sizes and must be respected by even the largest animals. When their food or water source becomes scarce they are known to travel vast distances across dry land to reach better territory.
Size: 297 x 210mm
Suitable for children aged 3 years and over
Trisha is an Aboriginal artist who was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and traces her ancestry to the Kamilaroi Tribe of the area we know as Queensland and New South Wales. Trisha is an extremely gifted and natural artist and has been painting since her early childhood. She has received numerous commendations and awards for her art, including first prize for Indigenous Art at the Royal Exhibition, and a commendation by the Premier of Queensland for a piece which became the official poster for multiculturalism and a gift to diplomats visiting Australia. Trisha's artwork reflects her love of Aboriginal culture and ancestry. Her artwork is faithfully reproduced from originals onto a variety of quality products
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Made in Australia